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Australian pay-television broadcaster Foxtel will be the exclusive broadcaster of World Wrestling Entertainment in Australia after incorporating OTT service WWE Network into its services

Foxtel has launched a campaign to celebrate and spotlight female athletes ahead of what the pay-television broadcaster describes as the “biggest month ever of women’s sport” across its linear and digit…

The Australian Football League's recent record domestic media rights deals have put pressure on the management of the National Rugby League over its own domestic rights valuation

Pay-television broadcaster Foxtel, commercial broadcaster Seven and telco Telstra have renewed their domestic media rights for the Australian Football League in a seven-year deal covering 2025 to 2031

Australian media reports say that Foxtel and Seven are close to renewing their domestic media rights for the Australian Football League, although one report says a final round of talks will take place…

Australian pay-television operator Foxtel saw its number of paid subscribers increase by more than 500,000 during the 12-month period to the end of June as the growth of its streaming services more than…

Pay-television broadcaster Foxtel has acquired the exclusive rights in Australia for this year's Rugby League World Cup, SportBusiness understands

Cricket Australia has revealed a big schedule of home men's national team cricket during the 2022-23 season, swollen by bilateral series that have been postponed over the last couple of years due to the…

Australian pay-television broadcaster Foxtel has renewed its rights to the SailGP global sailing series

Australian broadcaster Foxtel has increased the price of Kayo Sports after reporting a big jump in subscribers at the sports streaming service during financial results for the first quarter this year

Australian telecoms operator Telstra has reached an agreement to acquire a 51-per-cent stake in IPTV provider Fetch TV for A$50m ($35.4m/€33.8m) as part of plans to improve its underlying technology.

Australian pay-television operator Foxtel has renewed its rights to the FIM Speedway Grand Prix World Championship under a sublicensing agreement with new event promotor Discovery Sports Events

The return of the Australian Grand Prix generated strong audiences for pay-television broadcaster Foxtel but the free-to-air audience for the Formula 1 race declined by 15 per cent

Foxtel chief executive Patrick Delany speaks exclusively to SportBusiness at the SportNXT conference in Melbourne.
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Plans to publicly float Australian pay-television operator Foxtel this year have been delayed due to uncertain demand among potential investors, according to reports in Australian newspapers

IMG has been appointed by DiBella Entertainment to sell the global media rights for the forthcoming lightweight world title fight between George Kambosos Jr

Speaking at SportNXT, a three-day thought leadership summit in Melbourne, leading media executives urged a more symbiotic relationship between broadcasters and rights-holders to avoid being surpassed by…